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  • Algae promises to be the new superfood
  • Algae promises to be the new superfood
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Algae promises to be the new superfood

An increasing number of people are seeking to eat less meat, whether for health, ethical or environmental reasons. But when Meatless Monday comes around, what can these conscientious diners hope to find on the menu for protein? How about some algae-based plant proteins?

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